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you. still ahead, governor brown signs a controversial bill that involves undocumented immigrants and driver's licenses. >> in tonight's reality check, will the governor's pension reform bring change or a numbers game that could cost takes pairs. >> u.s. forces in afghanistan did not see it coming. a deadly attack by the taliban. and president obama gets an endorsement he doesn't want. the latest news around the world tonight coming up. this is a lot of food for 4 bucks. yeah... think they made a mistake? i don't know - maybe. the fried cheese melt is back for just 4 bucks. 1 of 4 big 4-dollar meals on the 2-4-6-8 value menu. only at denny's. open all night. >>> governor brown just under the deadline when he signed a bill allowing young undocumented residents to qualify for california driver's licenses. they have to be accepted by a federal work permit program. that could impact an estimated 400,000 people under the age of 30. it will take effect january 1st. those familiar with the program don't expect a rush to the department of motor vehicles though. >> i think it's going to ta
of a pension crisis. >> governor brown signed a reform bill a few weeks ago that he says will shore up the state's funds and get california back on track. the question is will it really? we take a closer look at tonight's reality check. >> let's assume for a second that they are spot on when they project savings over the next 30 years. sounds like substantive reform, doesn't it? many people would say yes, if the state's unfunded liability is as reported, but if it were more like 500 billion or 800 billion? you might feel differently. the topic of pension reform has been in jerry brown's crosshairs ever since he returned to sacramento last year taking on the role of california's fiscal guardian. >> these pension reforms will go a long way toward making our pension system more sustainable and more fair. >> reporter: brown's solutions all revolve around cutting the state's expenses like capping annual pay outs at 132,000 a year and requiring employees to contribute more to their pensions. that's well and good but let's recap where a pension fund gets its money from. there are three primar
working on a way to make the college process smoother. that's coming up. >>> and governor brown signs a bill protecting renters and their pets. >>> good evening. i'm jeff ranieri. the hot air continues to build across the bay area and the north bay really had some major warming numbers up about 10 degrees from yesterday. right now, 81 in santa rosa and 75 in napa. if you're already thinking about the san francisco giants game on friday, the fog is clearing out and low 60s. we'll have the full forecast coming up. >>> the last remnants of occupy san francisco are gone. police cleared away more than two dozen campers last night on mark street in front of the federal reserve building. the officers told them they were illegally lodging on the sidewalk, according to state law. and anyone who did not leave would be arrested. 20 people were arrested. if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. the actress who says she was duped into being in that anti-muslim video that sparked violent protests in the middle east has refiled a lawsuit against youtube. cindy lee garcia appeared in the movie,
insurance fraud. last month, governor brown approved the bill to increase funding to local d.a.s to investigate and prosecute disability and health insurance fraud throughout the state. >>> tomorrow the city of cupertino will honor steve jobs on the first anniversary of his passing. the mayor has ordered the city's flag to fly at half staff over the cupertino civic center. jobs grew up in los altos and went to school in cupertino. that's when he and his partner started the famous company. they established its headquarters in cupertino. jobs made his last public presentation at the civic center in june of last year, four months before his death of pancreatic cancer. >>> an unusual warning is about to go out to boat owners now. as we head into a busy bay area weekend, oceanic authorities are issuing an alert that endangered humpback whales are active in the bay this week. they want commercial as well as recreational boat owners to use caution in bay waters and watch for whales. that warning is the backdrop for today's first full day of racing at the america's cup world series i
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